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The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
Dec 3, 2013
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I really think we should, don't you? Oh, no, we shouldn't! Oh, yes, we...

LibriVox recording of Whittington and his Cat by E. L. Blanchard (1820 - 1889). Read in English by Cori Samuel; Andy Minter; Jc Guan; mb; Philippa; Anne Cheng; Anna Roberts; Ruth Golding; David Lawrence; Tom; TriciaG; lkku; Lucy Perry; Kim Stich; Phil Chenevert. Whittington and his Cat, or Harlequin Lord Mayor of London was the 26th Grand Comic Christmas Annual, written by E. L. Blanchard for performance at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London in 1875. Pantomimes are a favourite Christmas...
Topics: librivox, audiobooks, humor, humour, London, music, victorian, musical, pantomime, dick...

I really think we should, don't you? Oh, no, we shouldn't! Oh, yes, we...

The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
Dec 15, 2011
audio
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favorite 7
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Thank you for the compliment, dahszil. The way I saw it was that, although women could...

LibriVox recording of The Riddle Ring , by Justin McCarthy (1830–1912). Read by Ruth Golding . This romantic mystery - or mysterious romance - tells the tale of jilted lover, Jim Conrad, who discovers an unusual gold ring while on a visit to Paris. What is the story of the ring? Why is Clelia Vine so sad? Who is the nameless 'chief'? And how is a dour English barber in a Parisian salon mixed up in all this? The novel, published in 1896, was written by Justin McCarthy, an Irish nationalist,...
Topics: librivox, audiobook, romance, mystery, victorian fiction, novel
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text

Thank you for the compliment, dahszil. The way I saw it was that, although women could...

Universal Library
Oct 24, 2006
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Quote: I doubt he'd approve of a typo in the title, or the idea that people could read him for...

Quote: I doubt he'd approve of a typo in the title, or the idea that people could read him for...